Over 1,000 burials now available for Barking, Suffolk, from 1568-1616. Thousands more to follow, up to 1766!
Nearly 1,000 baptisms for Barking, Suffolk, from 1563-1594, now available!
Over 1,000 more records added for Boxted, Essex, from 1760 to 1813 – 775 baptisms and 630 burials.
Over 800 burials for Boxted St Peter’s, Essex, now added, from 1676-1759.
Nearly 700 marriages for Barking, Suffolk, from 1667 to 1753. These transcriptions haven’t been available before! Barking included Darmsden and Needham Market, and couples can be found in these transcriptions from across Suffolk. You might just find that marriage you’ve been hunting for!
Over 1,000 baptisms and marriages for Boxted St Peter’s, Essex, now added to the site, from 1669-1759.
Nearly 1,000 marriages from 1562-1667 for Barking, Suffolk, which includes Needham Market and Darmsden are now available on this site. No transcriptions for these marriages are available anywhere else, so you may well break down a brick wall with these records!
The village of Althorne, near the River Crouch, has lost some of its registers. You won’t be surprised, I’m sure, bearing in mind how many missing registers are mentioned among my transcriptions!
Lost Cousins newsletter is offering £250 to anyone who can help to find Althorne’s missing registers. Get looking down the back of your sofa and in the loft now!
Baptisms, marriages and burials for Holton St Mary, Suffolk – on the edge of the Dedham Vale – now on this site from 1568-1814.
Hello all! Happy New Year.
I’ve been very busy lately, but I’ve updated the Poor Law page (adding some new records, as well as ditching the PDFs and making it easier to use!), and I’ve also added nearly 1,000 baptisms for Harwich, from 1601-1625. They include the family of Christopher Jones, captain of the Mayflower. You can search on FreeREG for far more records than are on here as it takes time to convert the transcriptions to spreadsheets.
I’m currently transcribing Barking, Suffolk, from the mid-1500s to the mid-1700s. It includes Needham Market, so it’s a very busy parish. The transcriptions can be searched on FreeREG but as ever, information about gaps etc can be found on my parish page.
And… if you’re stuck on your research, or you need an old document transcribed, I can help! Just get in touch, and I’ll give you a quote based on the amount and complexity of the work.